We present exemplary political work from all over Europe to you – submitted to the Innovation in Politics Awards and from other sources. (English only)
(FINALIST 2018) Student refugees: a network designed to help refugees achieve success within higher education institutes.
(FINALIST 2018) Green buses: a silent and sustainable public transport system in Sweden that features a wireless bus stop charging system.
(FINALIST2018) Promoting sustainability: a recycling system in Latronico that allows citizens to receive some money back.
(FINALIST 2018) Reusable cups: a system in Freiburg that aims to eliminate single-use coffee cups through the introduction of a reusable cup, accepted town-wide.
(FINALIST 2018) Innovative heating system: a Bulgarian municipality that uses a geothermal water source to heat its schools.
(FINALIST 2018) Citizen participation: a citizen budget in Lublin designed to allocate green spaces chosen by citizens throughout the city.
(FINALIST 2018) Neighborhood sustainability: a system in the Hague to support local sustainability projects.
(FINALIST 2018) Promoting sustainability: a system in Brussels designed to encourage the growing of local foods and the reduction of food waste.
(WINNER 2018) Community engagement in London: engaging locals in one of London’s poorest boroughs through community projects and activities.
(FINALIST 2018) Sharing a meal: a quarterly event where citizens can come together to cook and eat a common meal.
(FINALIST 2018) Re-imagining a space: citizens of Ludwigshafen can come together to discuss ideas for using the space of a former highway.
(FINALIST 2018) Engaging citizens: a system in Brussels to allow residents to discuss their ideas and perceptions of the city.